Aside from the formality of your wedding, location is something you should consider when determining the train length. For example, an outdoor wedding at a garden or by the beach wedding will not suit a long train. The wedding day is the only chance for you to wear a train, so you need to think carefully before choosing one.
To find out which train will fit you best, check out the infographic below.
This is the most popular choice for brides who want a formal yet unfussy train. It usually extend 1 - 1.5 meters from the waist.
A long and very formal train, it falls about 2 - 2.5 meters from the waist
A narrow train extending about 1 meter from the waist. Due to it's length, this train is more suitable for an indoor wedding.
The shortest option that flares out from a fitted skirt and trails less than a meter behind the wearer.
Dropping down from the shoulders to the hem of the dress, this dramatic train has a somewhat Grecian feel.
The hassle-free option for minimalist brides. It has the same length as a fishtail but trails from the bottom of the dress.
7. Royal / Monarch
The mother of all trains. A majestic train favored by royals and celebrities, it extends to about 3 meters or more.